A Few Exhibition Highlights from the HKTDC Hong Kong International Lighting Fair (Spring edition 2013) Boardcast I

One of the great pleasures of attending an exhibition as large as the 2013 Hong Kong International Lighting Fair is discovering exhibitors who are able to separate themselves from the crowd. The 1019 manufacturers who turned up this year come from a total of 12 different countries, specialize in a wide variety of different lighting fields, and promote products that not only fulfill distinct purposes, but also possess unique and memorable attributes.  

In no particular order, below are a number of interesting exhibitors and highlights that have made relatively strong impressions throughout the Hong Kong lighting event:

Asian Design House (Thailand)

An innovative firm known for incorporating natural and contemporary art elements into its lighting designs, Asian Design House did not disappoint when it came to showing the quality and craftsmanship of its products. Its main highlight exhibits include a series of authentic lamps that assume the appearance of wooden and stone sculptures, and feature various oriental decorations. A few notable examples can be seen in the pictures below.

Megaman (Hong Kong)

Making its first-ever appearance at the International Lighting Fair, Megaman--one of Hong Kong’s largest and most reputable LED firms--displayed a wide array of “A+” rated bulbs that are advertised as eco-friendly, energy efficient, and affordable. Compared to the similar products that are being sold within the market, the company’s LED items are claimed to be cheaper by up to as much as 40-50%.

Kenyo Deco (Taiwan)

Kenyo Deco, a company from Taiwan, introduced an interesting selection of motion-sensitive lamps whose lights can be triggered through various “hand shaking” movements. The lighting product has garnered numerous praises for its innovation (earning even a major design award from Germany), and comes available in a variety of different color options for buyers to choose from.

Studio Mango Limited (Hong Kong)

Throughout the entire lighting fair, one of the lighting exhibits that arguably gained the most attention was “Lygolamp,” from Studio Mango. The product is composed of various tiny component pieces (which resemble traditional LEGO blocks), and can literally be taken apart and re-assembled into different shapes and sizes. As mainstream LED products rarely offer such a high degree of customization, Studio Mango’s novel item could be said to have stood out more strongly than the rest of the products shown throughout the exhibition.

Mooni (Sweden)

With help from various respectable Scandinavian artists and designers, Mooni created a series of candle lights that are both remarkably inspiring and a pleasure to regard. In addition to displaying these items, the company also featured a line of atmospheric, contemporary-looking garden lamps--labeled “bollards”-- that are mostly intended for outdoors settings. Thanks in large part to the attendees’  general fascination with creative exhibits, Mooni’s booth turned out to be among the most crowded and frequently visited areas at this year's Hong Kong lighting fair.

IPW Europe (France)

IPW Europe, in keeping with the spirit of innovation, showcased various colored “floor lamps” whose brightness levels can be adjusted remotely, whether from close or medium distances. Although only a select number of colors were revealed during the exhibition, those interested in purchasing the product will reportedly be given a total of 160 thousand color options to select from.

Sui Rich LED Lighting (Hong Kong)

Using its patented flexible LED technology (known as “MagicFlex”), Sui Rich LED Lighting produced a series of thin, bendable lighting sheets that are capable of displaying complex lighting patterns, images and video. The products, according to the information divulged from the company’s booth, are suitable for large indoor areas such as concerts, clubs, and various other party environments.

Get More (Taiwan)

Like Studio Mango, Get More showcased tiny pieces of “LED Blocks” that can be constructed into various unique shapes and forms. The individual pieces will magically light up as they are connected to one another, allowing one to come up with fascinating as well as mesmerizing creations.

Author: LEDinside Kevin Yang

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